Do you like that piece of stellar writing above? Good, because one of the reasons for the sporadic blogging is the fact that my deadline for Everneath Book 3: The Everneath-iest is October 15th, and that third book is filled with useless metaphors and nonsensical analogies like the above.
And when I'm not writing, I'm trying to keep up with this guy:
Kid B loves Skylanders, and he loves McDonald's, so he made a Skylanders/McDonalds store. You can order fries, or Skylanders, or fries and Skylanders. The possibilities are endless.
Have I ever told you that Kid B also loves babies? My phone is filled with pictures of random babies and familiar babies, like this one:
Not sure if he just feels like babies speak his language or what. One of his favorite babies is our neighbor, Baby Rex.
|Kid B holding Baby Rex's hand.|
|It's only a pane of glass, but it might as well be an ocean.|
I was all, "How are we possibly going to bake a cake in the shape of Utah?" Because believe it or not, they don't sell utah-shaped cake pans. I feel sorry for the kids who live in West Virginia.
It only took me a few days to figure out that the way to do it was to bake a regular rectangle, and then cut out the top right hand corner.
Be quiet! I don't care how fast you figured that out! Okay? Okay.
Here's Kid C putting the ingredients together. (And by 'putting the ingredients together', I mean 'opening the cake mix')
And here's the final product:
I have to say, Utah tastes delicious. Especially the mountainous regions.
Utah is also very fattening.
So, what's everyone up to this weekend? Anything fun?